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This is a very large issue class "A" jacket which is a size 46 regular. The jacket has been badged up to the 508th 82nd Airborne. However the 82nd patch and the 508th distinctive is not original. All other insignia is pre-1945 manufactured including the combat infantryman badge ( CIB ). The jacket has been given the rank of corporal and has three oversea bars, each bar indicates 6 six months overseas service.
This is a flannel shirt which has the unit patch for the 29th Infantry Division, which landed on Omaha beach on 6th June 1944. The Division also fought in Brittany and Germany. The shirt is in very good condition and has the gas proof features such as sleeve gussets and the internal gas flap. The shirt is size marked 16-33.
This is unissued shirt which retains it's contract label which gives the pattern date as 06/10/1938, and the production date as 30/06/1942. The contract label also gives the contractors name as "HAMPTON SHIRT CO". The shirt is size marked 16-33.
A very good example of a army flannel shirt with the gas-proof features, with sleeve gussets and buttoned internal gas flap and buttons under the collar to attach the gas hood. This pattern shirt was introduced in 1942 and was given a "Special designation". The shirt is approximately a 44 inch chest.
This is a very good example of a army flannel shirt with the gas-proof features, with sleeve gussets and a buttoned internal gas flap and buttons under the collar to attach the gas hood. The shirt is size marked 14-32 and retains it's contract label, however the details have been washed out. This pattern shirt was first introduced in 1942 and was given a "Special Designation".
This is a army officers shirt, which is dark brown in colour, more commonly known as a chocolate shirt. The shirt is in good condition except for a small hole to the left side of the collar caused by the collar insignia. The shirt is approximately a size 40 inch chest and retains it's tailors label.
This is a very good reproduction of a 3rd pattern tropical trousers, which has a 40 inch waist and 32 inch leg.
This is a very good reproduction 3rd tropical jacket, which will fit a 41 to 45 inch chest.
A extremely nice example of a named Marine Corps 1941 pattern utility shirt. The shirt named to Marine "G.G.HOFFMAN" and has a nice crisp Marine Corps emblem. This example is approximately a size 46 inch chest.
This is a very large size Marine Corps 1941 pattern utility HBT shirt, which is approximately a size 48 inch chest. The shirt has had a field repair to the collar. Otherwise it is in very good condition. The Marine Corps emblem is still clearly visible.
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